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Southernmost

by Silas House

Southernmost by Silas House X
Southernmost by Silas House
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  • First Published:
    Jun 2018, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Jun 2019, 352 pages

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Terry R

Loved it!
Beautifully written !
Beth Wheeler Dean

Excellent Book
I like this book. It is full of imperfect characters whose flaws hold them back from relationships, acceptance, and joy, but, somehow, they learn, grown, and manage to stand up to all that life sends them. I cheered for them all and thoroughly enjoyed their strengths and weaknesses, their prayers and their failings. Imperfection blessed by healing wins the day in this one.
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